Both cities have more than ten bicycle shops. Both have a sharp business dude importing European bikes and selling them for a huge markup. Portland Continue reading Seattle v. Portland? What’s the best bike city in the US?
This should just about wrap up my take on Interbike 2010. Give it a read, then we can get back to shit-talking dopers, riding, and drinking. Continue reading One for the road.
I made it home. Somehow. This is the last picture on my camera from this past week. It is from the All Hail The Black Continue reading My View:
As my friends and ‘constituents’ make the sojourn to the Nevada desert, I am sadly at home missing out on the fun that is Interbike. Continue reading Can You Describe the Ruckus, Sir?
Got this gem in the inbox from my buddy Bergy down in Victor, ID: Yo Andrew, What up dude? Find your fixie girl yet? Thanks Continue reading Moose Cross
So lets forget all the bullshit about Interbike going back to Cali. We still have one year left in Sin City and the festivities start Continue reading Interbike cometh
Last week I got a call from Scandinavian Jesus talking some nonsense about riding in a 100 mile mountain bike race that was going to be all on fire roads. Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Burn one down.
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With the recent news of Schleck and O’Grady getting the boot from the Veulta for getting their drink on, I came across this gem of Continue reading We Got a Spot Waiting for Frishy too
File this under “you gotta be fucking shitting me.” Bjarne Riis has removed Andy Schleck and Stuart O’Grady from the Vuelta a Espana after the Continue reading Riis pulls O’Grady & Schleck
Here in Fort Collins this past weekend, we had the OneSpeedOpen, 30 something miles of pavement and gravel, with the number one rule being that Continue reading One Speed Open
That should read “Es is S.I.S.” Schlaflos im Sattel 2010. (Sleepless in the Saddle) SiS 2010 It was planned as a two-man, nine-hour race. It Continue reading esisssis